one cell after another, and each one of these have the potential maybe to produce a tornado but more importantly they're also producing one to two inches per cell. this entire area is now under flood warnings as we're finding the runoff create some problems as well. as we continue to watch this, a couple things are going to happen i think. i think we're going to see once this last cell leaves mississippi, that will be good news. doesn't mean you won't have heavier rainfall and maybe some lightning or even some straight line damaging winds. the concern now, and if you were with us just a little while ago, i mentioned monroeville to the northwest, and, therefore, the national weather service where you see thomasville, that includes that area, the tornado warning, but i wouldn't be surprised if we had another one actually form with those cells, those four that are in a row as they move toward, of course, into eastern areas, southeastern areas of alabama into georgia. but the number of warnings, some are being dropped, some are being added. so the event continues. >> all right, tom. thank you very much. we'll be right back with you. first, way tonight recap for our viewers what we are following.